We are pleased to announce that June 2009 was our third most productive month ever, with 93 recordings added to the catalogue.
You may see all the new additions here.
June provided us with a veritable feast of recordings, including:
- The second volume of Hapgood’s English translation of Hugo’s Les Misérables.
- Another convoluted plot from Wilkie Collins, brimful of colourful characters: Armadale.
- This Simian World by Clarence Day, Jr., a satirical speculation on how the world might be different if we apes had not risen to prominence.
- The concluding volume of Mrs. Gaskell’s Life of Charlotte Brontë.
- The gruesome first volume of the 16th century Book of Martyrs, by John Foxe, an English Protestant account of the persecutions of Protestants.
- The long awaited Dubliners by James Joyce and Volume I of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina.
- Dramatic recordings, including Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Shaw’s Pygmalion.
- Complete Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Mind-Reading and Spiritualism by A. Alpheus.
- No less than three G.K. Chesterton works: Irish Impressions, Lord Kitchener and What I Saw in America.
- A Spanish recording, a multilingual short story collection, three Dutch recordings, and six German works.
And lots, lots more. Have fun!